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Jojo - Good To Know
Hailed by TIME Magazine as an "innovative songbird to beat", JoJo is a chart-topping, award-winning multimedia superstar, a remarkably gifted singer, songwriter, and actress whose incredible journey began almost as soon as the New England native could sing. Local children's competitions soon became high profile national TV appearances and live tours, resulting in the talented 12 year old signing a major label deal in 2003.
Released when JoJo was just 13, 2004's debut single, "Leave (Get Out)," reached the pinnacle on Billboard's "Pop Songs" chart, making her the youngest-ever solo artist to have a #1 single in the United States. A true international smash, "Leave (Get Out)" earned RIAA gold certification as well as gold and platinum certification around the world. 2004's RIAA platinum certified "JOJO" was a global phenomenon, with total worldwide sales now in excess of 4 million. "THE HIGH ROAD" followed in 2006 and proved an equivalent sensation, scoring worldwide sales of 3 million on the power of singles like the record-breaking top 3 hit, "Too Little Too Late." After several years of legal dispute and a lawsuit filed against her former label, JoJo was finally released from her original recording contract.
JoJo's immediately identifiable vocals were featured on records by such diverse artists as Timbaland and Pharrell. Her own brilliant solo output continued with 2010's "CAN'T TAKE THAT AWAY FROM ME," an independently released mixtape that drew over 750,000 downloads in its first week online. "Disaster," her next single/video, arrived in 2011 to great acclaim and chart success, celebrated by a series of international concert tours, radio festival appearances, and national TV performances.
As if all that weren't enough, JoJo embarked on an acting career that included box office smashes like 2006's Aquamarine and RV, the latter of which opened at #1 in its first week in theatres, as well as hugely rated TV movies (including Lifetime Television's True Confessions of A Hollywood Starlet) and guest spots on series like CBS' Hawaii Five-0.